The first step in establishing a healthy, happy relationship with your dog is understanding why he behaves the way he does. This entertaining audio program, designed for all ages, will teach you about "dogs being dogs".
Experts from St. Hubert's Dog Training School in Madison, New Jersey — one of the largest dog training schools in America — share simple and humane techniques for gently but effectively training your four-footed friend. Hear directly from the dog's mouth the straight scoop on canine motives and how he perceives your behavior. Learn how to communicate to your dog what you want him to do and what behaviors are acceptable. Helping your dog become a well-behaved member of your household can be fun and rewarding for both of you!
©2006 St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center; (P)2006 Listen & Live Audio
Sitting down to read is a luxury, but I cannot sit still long enough to read the newspaper, so Audible keeps me "reading". I'm 40, 3 kids, super busy, and always driving somebody somewhere.
The author cleverly describes situations from the dog's point of view. An
The section on punishment is important. Punishment is ineffective and this part of the book is well described.
The dog characters.
This book is a good review for experienced dog owners, but those with little experience will learn quite a lot.
If you are new to owning a dog, this is a must read. An easy quick listen.
I've had dogs living with me all my life, that is over 60 years. This book just affirms how I've always raised my furry pals. A good listen, and worth while to help with solving dog problems if you follow the program. I've raised puppies, and adopted older dogs the programs works with all.
A loving approach to understanding dogs. Light and easy listen that warmed my heart. Lots of useful information presented to make you smile as you learn. (I'm sure any dog would give this book 4 paws & a wag.)
the voices that were meant to be the dogs were very annoying, i was not amused. the information is very general and more common sense then anything. good for a first time dog owner, but uninformative for a lifetime animal owner.
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